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THE JUVENILE BUDGET OPENED:

CONSISTING OF

A VARIETY OF MISCELLANEOUS PIECES

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FOR THE

Instruction and amusement of

YOUNG PERSONS.

BY DR. AIKIN AND MRS. BARBAULD.

THIRTEENTH EDITION.

Carefully revised and corrected throughout by

ARTHUR AIKIN, ESQ. FLS., &c.
And with some additional Pieces, by the Authors.

IN SIX VOLUMES.

VOL. V.

LONDON : PRINTED FOR BALDWIN, CRADOCK, AND JOY ; R.

HUNTER; LONGMAN, HURST, REES, ORME, AND BROWN;
T. HAMILTON ; AND SIMPKIN AND MARSHALL,

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TWENTY-FIRST EVENING.

ON EARTHS AND STONES.

Tutor-George-Harry.

Harry. I WONDER what all this heap of stones is for.

George. I can tell you—it is for the lime-kiln; don't you see it just by?

H. O yes, I do. But what is to be done to them there?

G. Why they are to be burned into lime; don't you know that?

H. But what is lime, and what are its uses?

G. I can tell you one; they lay it on the fields for manure. remember we saw a number of little heaps of it, that we took for sheep at a distance, and wondered they did not move? However, I believe we had

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